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Fairfield, CA

Complete interior renovation of existing mall at night while keeping 71 existing stores open during the day. The scope of work included addition of 9 public bridges on the second level, all new flooring throughout the mall, all new drywall, skylights, lighting, new 110-foot tall monument signage at all mall entries. The project also included renovation of all public restrooms to meet up-to-date ADA codes.

Construction: Renovation and Additions

Size:178,000 square feet

Owner: Westfield Corporation

Architect: RSA Architects


American Canyon, CA

Construction of a ground-up shopping center including retail buildings A and B, the tenant improvements for 4 shops, including restaurants, coffee shop and a Pizza Parlor.  The scope of work included all associated onsite and offsite improvements.

Construction: New Construction, 1 story

Size: 31,000 square feet

Owner: Private Developer

Architect: CSHQA


Sacramento, CA

Construction of a design/ build, ground-up shopping center including two retail buildings with 4 tenants. The scope of work included all associated onsite and offsite improvements.

Construction: New Construction, 1 story

Size: 26,000 square feet

Owner: Private Developer

Architect: CSHQA


Davis, CA

Construction of a new service center, renovation of sales and parts space, and new dealership façade work including signage.  Construction was phased to allow the business to remain open during construction.  The concrete block service center was constructed first, followed by demolition of the existing buildings and construction of the 2-story, metal stud and wood framed sales and parts building.  The showroom is partially constructed of curtain wall, and the building is covered in decorative metal paneling. 

Construction: New Construction, 2 stories

Size: 89,847 square feet

Owner: Hanlees Davis Toyota

Architect: RL Davidson, Inc.


Roseville, CA

Construction of the two-story structural steel tower for the Sears retail store located at the end of the Galleria. The project had logistical site construction and access difficulties and required extensive coordination with construction of the mall. Tricorp was brought in specifically to resolve the difficulties.  

Construction: New Construction, 2 stories

Owner: Westfield Corporation

Architect: NWS Architects


Sacramento, CA

Tenant Improvement for Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream Store located in the Downtown Commons adjacent to the Golden 1 Arena.  The improvement included interior metal stud walls, plumbing, electrical, cabinetry, flooring, finishes, and coordination of owner equipment.  Self-performed work included metal stud framing, drywall, and doors, frames and hardware.

Construction: Tenant Improvement

Size: 1,200 square feet

Owner: Delsoft Corporation

Architect: PDMS Design Group

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